London: Chapman & Hall, 1904. Photographs. First Edition. Decorated & gilt-stamped cloth. 4to (~10" x 8"), maroon cloth with gold lettering and gilt stamped cathedral on cover; profusely illustrated with photographs, many tissue guards, & engraved frontispiece of Dickens; 240 pages. Very Good +. Item #439
An exceptional survey of sites associated with the author Charles Dickens with copious B&W photographs.
This is a handsome and heavy book with a study binding and text-block, with some rubbing to extremities and a 1" "clean" split to the lower gutter of the front cover. Small Ink "$2.50" on top corner of front pastedown.
This outlines Dicken's Life and traces his footsteps around London and England as well as sites that appear in his novls.